Links, Databases and Servers

 

TMA NavigatorTMA Navigator: a suite of user-friendly tools for Tissue Microrray (TMA) data, including features for batch correction, network inference, data exploration and visualisation


 

EMAP (Edinburgh Mouse Atlas Project)EMAP (Edinburgh Mouse Atlas Project)

The UK MRC Human Genetics Unit in Edinburgh is developing a digital atlas of mouse development and database to be a resource for spatially mapped data such as in situ gene expression and cell lineage.

 

EMAGE Mouse Developmental Gene Expression DatabaseEMAGE (Mouse Developmental Gene Expression Database)

Established 2002, EMAGE is an MRC-funded project to develop an analysis system for in situ gene expression data in the mouse embryo.


GUDMAPGUDMAP (The GenitoUrinary Development Molecular Anatomy Project)

Is a consortium of laboratories working to provide the scientific and medical community with tools to facilitate research.

 

EuReGene (European Renal Genome Project)EuReGene (European Renal Genome Project)

Our goal is to discover genes responsible for renal development, disease, their proteins and their actions.

 

Eurexpress A Transcriptome Atlas Database for Mouse EmbryoEurexpress (A Transcriptome Atlas Database for Mouse Embryo)

Ascertaining when and where genes are expressed is of crucial importance in order to understand physiological role of given gene/protein and interactions between them.

 

OPT Optical Projection TomographyOPT (Optical Projection Tomography)

Is a new technique for three-dimensional (3D) imaging of small biological tissues.

 

Medical Research Council

  1. MRC Human Genetics Unit Intranet
    (staff only)
  2. Medical Research Council
  3. List of MRC Units, Centres and Institutes
  4. Research Councils UK
  5. Medical Research Council: Annual Reports

 

Web Software

  • Mutability: Check mutability of a DNA sequence.
  • LAMS (Laboratory Animal Management System) software is no longer available or supported by the unit.
  • Prediction of DNA mismatch repair gene mutation status in incident colorectal cancer cases.

 


 

 

 

Databases

Software and Data Sets

 

  1. The Human PAX6 Mutation Database
  2. The Human MLYCD Mutation Database
  3. The Human PAX2 Mutation Database
  4. SRY (sex determining region Y)-box 2 (SOX2)
  5. Orthodenticle Homeobox 2 (OTX2)
  6. The Nuclear Protein Database
  7. RPGR Variant Database

 

BioInformatics Servers

 

 

  1. Laboratory for Interdisciplinary Technologies in Bioinformatics

  2. European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI).

  3. Sanger Centre

  4. PubMed Searching at NCBI

 

Human Genome Sites

  1. Ensembl
  2. National Center for Biotechnology Information
  3. University of California
  4. Baylor College of Medicine
  5. Computational Biosciences
  6. DNA Data Bank of Japan
  7. DOE Joint Genome Institute
  8. European Bioinformatics Institute
  9. GenBank
  10. Sanger Centre
  11. Stanford Human Genome Center
  12. Whitehead Institute
  13. The National Library of Medicine of NIH USA.
  14. Genetho
  15. The Cooperative Human Linkage Center (CHLC)
  16. The Jackson Labs
  17. The Jackson Labs BioInformatics Server.
  18. Institute of Biosciences and Technology Texas A&M University.
  19. BioNet Web Site (BioSci newsgroups etc.)
  20. BioMedNet
  21. HUM-MOLGEN Communication forum in Human Genetics.
  22. PCR and multiplex PCR: guide and troubleshooting (Indiana University)
  23. Wellcome Trust
  24. The Dictionary of Cell and Molecular Biology
  25. ESRC Genomics Network
  26. Scitable from Nature Publishing Group created for faculty and students alike in Biology, Genetics, and other related fields. Scitable, which currently focuses exclusively on the field of genetics, is built on a free library of overviews of key science concepts compiled by the trusted editorial staff of Nature Publishing Group.

 

The Scottish Collaboration for Public Health Research and Policy (SCPHRP)

Hosted Sites

Hosted Sites Archive

 

Research Media Ltd, Interview: Professor Nick Hastie

Research Media Ltd: Europe's leading portal for scientific dissemination: Professor Nicholas Hastie, CBE, FRS, Director, Institute of Genetics and Molecular Medicine interview.